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An evaluation of sotalol, a β-blocking agent, in patients with angina pectoris
  1. P. G. Gooding,
  2. E. Berman

    Abstract

    In a multi-centre study, sotalol was compared with placebo in 146 patients with angina pectoris using a double-blind crossover design. Sotalol had a significant effect in reducing the number of anginal attacks and the number of nitroglycerin tablets used. The medication was safe and produced minimal side effects.

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